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CWE Number Name Number Of Related Vulnerabilities
529 Exposure of Access Control List Files to an Unauthorized Control Sphere
53 Path Equivalence: '\multiple\\internal\backslash'
530 Exposure of Backup File to an Unauthorized Control Sphere
531 Information Leak Through Test Code
533 Information Leak Through Server Log Files
535 Information Leak Through Shell Error Message
536 Information Leak Through Servlet Runtime Error Message
537 Information Leak Through Java Runtime Error Message
54 Path Equivalence: 'filedir\' (Trailing Backslash)
541 Information Leak Through Include Source Code
542 Information Leak Through Cleanup Log Files
543 Use of Singleton Pattern in a Non-thread-safe Manner
544 Failure to Use a Standardized Error Handling Mechanism
545 Use of Dynamic Class Loading
546 Suspicious Comment
547 Use of Hard-coded, Security-relevant Constants
549 Missing Password Field Masking
55 Path Equivalence: '/./' (Single Dot Directory)
550 Information Leak Through Server Error Message
553 Command Shell in Externally Accessible Directory
554 ASP.NET Misconfiguration: Not Using Input Validation Framework
555 J2EE Misconfiguration: Plaintext Password in Configuration File
556 ASP.NET Misconfiguration: Use of Identity Impersonation
558 Use of getlogin() in Multithreaded Application
56 Path Equivalence: 'filedir*' (Wildcard)
560 Use of umask() with chmod-style Argument
561 Dead Code
562 Return of Stack Variable Address
563 Unused Variable
564 SQL Injection: Hibernate
566 Access Control Bypass Through User-Controlled SQL Primary Key
568 finalize() Method Without super.finalize()
57 Path Equivalence: 'fakedir/../realdir/filename'
570 Expression is Always False
571 Expression is Always True
572 Call to Thread run() instead of start()
574 EJB Bad Practices: Use of Synchronization Primitives
575 EJB Bad Practices: Use of AWT Swing
576 EJB Bad Practices: Use of Java I/O
577 EJB Bad Practices: Use of Sockets
578 EJB Bad Practices: Use of Class Loader
579 J2EE Bad Practices: Non-serializable Object Stored in Session
58 Path Equivalence: Windows 8.3 Filename
580 clone() Method Without super.clone()
581 Object Model Violation: Just One of Equals and Hashcode Defined
582 Array Declared Public, Final, and Static
583 finalize() Method Declared Public
584 Return Inside Finally Block
585 Empty Synchronized Block
586 Explicit Call to Finalize()
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